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Andrew Bynum may never suit up for the Philadelphia 76ers. The Sixers announced Monday that Bynum will undergo arthroscopic surgery on both knees Tuesday, and he'll miss the rest of the season. Doctors will clean out loose debris in Bynum's knees "in an attempt to alleviate pain and swelling."
"After many months of rehabilitation and consulting with
numerous doctors, Andrew and the doctors treating him determined that
this is the best course of action at this point," Sixers general manager
Tony DiLeo said in a statement on the team's website. "We will continue to monitor and evaluate his status
Bynum is a free agent at the end of the season. If Philadelphia isn't willing to pay him, someone will.
Earlier this month, ESPN reported that Bynum didn't want to play in pain, and there was a chance he would miss the whole season.
The former Lakers center told reporters that he "experienced swell...
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You cant get too caught up in the hype.
If nothing else, the Andrew Bynum situation has taught us that much.
Bynum is a 25-year old center who owns several championship rings and All-Star appearances. Hes a 7-footer with athleticism, a decent touch near the basket and a knack for altering shots.
So when the Lakers made their push to land Dwight Howard last summer, the 76ers lunged...
Tops the list of Sixer BUSTS
Thank you Andrew Bynum for opting for season ending surgery! Mercifully us fans can now be spared the routine B.S. that surrounds your health, hair and future with the Sixers. Now we can move on and wait to see if you are healthy enough for other teams to sign you next season for that “9 figure payday”. Do you deserve such a deal? That answer should...
The hits keep on coming for Andrew Bynum. Not only does the Philadelphia district attorney want to investigate him for fraud, but those at his high school aren’t too proud of him anymore.
The Star-Ledger’s Dave D’Alessandro spoke with Bynum’s high school coach and athletic director for a column on the Philadelphia 76ers big man, who is out for the season because of knee problems...
I know what you’re thinking — trade of the century, right? Not quite.
Philadelphia acquired Andrew Bynum from the Lakers in a four-team trade back in August and, the big man was expected to make the 76ers instant contenders in a weak Eastern Conference.
On Tuesday, the Sixers announced Bynum will undergo arthroscopic surgery on both knees, thus ending his entire season...
The WIP Morning Show is done with Andrew Bynum and his knees. So when Sixers head coach Doug Collins said he hopes “we all keep [Bynum] in prayer “and that even though he hasn’t played all season that he’s still a 76er”, show host Angelo Cataldi lost it.So in response, Cataldi created a “Get Well Out Soon” card and has invited Sixers fans to sign it. Along with the...
Looks like the Andrew Bynum era in Philly has officially come to an end before it ever began. The Sixers have announced that Bynum will have surgery in BOTH KNEES tomorrow and is done for the season. Bynum is on the final year of a deal that paid him $16 million this season. His surgery means he will enter free agency with his last basketball action happening when the Lakers were...
At the beginning of the season, I warned people that it was possible that Andrew Bynum would never take the court for the Sixers.
When you have Oden-Like knees, rest isn’t enough. Bynum knees are very brittle and he didn’t help himself by being out of shape and bowling on his off days.
His timetable kept being push farther and farther back, that you knew eventually he would...
Andrew Bynum has personally screwed over the 76ers franchise. STNTV’s David Brickley gives you the details.
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Andrew Bynums season is officially over! He’s set for season-ending arthroscopic surgery on both knees Tuesday. Philadelphia now has to decide if it will offer the former All-Star center any kind of long-term deal without him ever playing a second for the franchise. Bynum was acquired from the Los Angeles Lakers as part of a
Andrew Bynum has not even suited up for the Philadelphia 76ers this season. There was some thought that he could suit up later this month, but that idea is now [...]
Andrew Bynum has received criticism from NBA analysts such as Magic Johnson and former mentors like Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.